LaCie Delivers 1TB Secure Biometric Disk
LaCie announced it has boosted capacity of its d2 SAFE Hard Drive to 1TB in a compact 2x6x7" solution. The d2 SAFE Hard Drive is equipped with a biometric sensor, 128-bit AES hardware encryption technology, and chain lock port for maximum protection against unauthorized use. It comes in LaCie’s d2 design made of sturdy aluminum alloy with three interfaces - FireWire 800/400 and USB 2.0 - for universal access on Windows or Mac OS.
Up to 10 fingerprints (five users with minimum two prints each) can be registered with personal and customized access privileges such as full access to the disk (read/write) or read-only. Once registered, a simple finger swipe locks and unlocks the disk if users need to step away from their desk for a meeting or to run an errand.
The LaCie d2 SAFE Hard Drive can stand vertically to save desktop space, and includes a secure chain lock port for attaching it to a desk to prevent theft (chain available separately). A 3-setting switch allows for customized power management.
LaCie d2 SAFE Hard Drive 1TB is available end of June at the suggested retail price of $579.99. The 500GB model is currently available. Disks ship with all cables necessary for immediate use, as well as 1-Click Backup Software for Windows/Mac.
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